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Pediatrics

(Updated June 4th 2018)

Pediatric care coordination is patient and family centered, assessment driven, and team based activity designed to meet the needs of children and youth while enhancing the care giving capabilities of families. In pediatrics, chronic medical conditions are just one factor contributing to the child/family's need for an effective pediatric medical home care team. Other important factors include the child's physical, social and mental functioning; as well as the family's resources, structure and dynamics. In the pediatric medical home, the health care team members often include Care Managers who work with the physician, other health professionals, office staff, specialists, community, patient and family. The team-based approach supports the care experience and health outcomes of children while enabling better opportunities to equip families for successful care giving and self-management.

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POLICY STATEMENT:

Patient-and-Family-Centered Care Coordination: A Framework for Integrating Care for Children and Youth Across Multiple Systems

From the American Academy of Pediatrics

Best Practices

Ensuring the Ability to Continue Patient-Centered Medical Home Capabilities

In 2015 Pediatric Consultants of Troy received the best practice award for the best overall pediatric practice. The practice needed to provide appointment at times which worked for their patients. In addition, there was a need to increase organization around patient appointments to ensure all areas were being addressed including, self-management goals, setting future appointments, and closing gaps in care. Learn more about their strategies to address these issues.

Improving Access to the Medical Neighborhood and Reducing Gaps in Asthma Management

In 2015 the Briarwood Center for Women, Children and Young Adults received the best-practice award for most improved pediatric practice. This was due in large part to the hard work and dedication of its staff and commitment to their patients. There was a need to better connect patients with community resources within the medical neighborhood as well as develop a need to reduce its gaps in care with asthma management. So what made a difference in their practice?

Tools

Tools

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Measurement of Ten Types of Childhood Trauma

Tools

Social Determinants of Health Pediatrics Screening

Pediatric Version of SDOH Screening Tool v1.pdf

Pediatric SDOH Screening tool

Example of an SDOH screening tool for a pediatric practice.  This SDOH tool has been modified for a pediatric practice.  SIM practices please note; SIM PCMH Initiative is not requiring use of this specific tool.   SIM MDHHS encourages providers to adapt the adult SDOH tool to meet the needs of the practice’s patient population, ensuring alignment with the domains.  MDHHS will review the practice’s SDOH tool upon request. If you wish to have an SDOH tool reviewed by MDHSS, please submit the tool to MDHHS-SIMPCMH@michigan.gov mailbox.  Please see the SIM PCMH Initiative Participation Guide to access the SDOH screening tool and the intent; click here.

Documentation Templates

Pediatric Care Plan

Example of a Shared Pediatric Care Plan

Tools

Pediatric Weight Status CDS Tools

Healthy Weight, Overweight & Obesity Clinical Decision Support Tools for Children Ages 2‐18

Tools

Asthma Fast Facts for Kids

Gives a quick guide to asthma focusing on children from the CDC

Resources

Community Resources

Washtenaw Trauma Informed Collaborative (WTIC) of Washtenaw County

Provides additional information about the effects of trauma on a child's developing brain.

 

Community Resources

Pediatric Oncology Resources

Website

Website

American Academy of Pediatrics

AAP's Resilience Project featuring TED Talk with Nadine Burke-Harris as well as additional information.

Website

MDHHS Adverse Childhood Experiences

Has a broad array of information about trauma, it's impact and strategies for trauma informaed practices in a variety of settings. The Building trauma-Informed Systems section has a health care component with links to the AAP's Resilience Project and Nadine Burke-Harris' TED Talk as well as other information.

 

Website

Building Michigan's Trauma-Informed System for Children and Their Families

Here you will find information about trauma & toxic stress, the impact on health and development and ways to lessen negative outcomes.

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The Alliance for Immunization in Michigan Coalition

The AIM Coalition focuses on improving on all facets of immunization services in Michigan

Website

Medical Home Portal

Website with information about many pediatric chronic health conditions and tips about how to build a family centered medical home. It is an excellent resource for professionals and family members

Website

Pediatric Weight Management Resources

Articles

Article

The Adverse Childhood Experience Study

Article

Preventing Obesity and Eating Disorders in Adolescents

From the American Academy of Pediatrics

Webinars and Presentations

Pediatric Office Hours

Jun 6 2018

For suggested pre-work Click Here

Pediatric SDOH Screening Tool

Example of an SDOH screening tool for a pediatric practice.  This SDOH tool has been modified for a pediatric practice.  SIM practices please note; SIM PCMH Initiative is not requiring use of this specific tool.   SIM MDHHS encourages providers to adapt the adult SDOH tool to meet the needs of the practice’s patient population, ensuring alignment with the domains.  MDHHS will review the practice’s SDOH tool upon request. If you wish to have an SDOH tool reviewed by MDHSS, please submit the tool to MDHHS-SIMPCMH@michigan.gov mailbox.  Please see the SIM PCMH Initiative Participation Guide to access the SDOH screening tool and the intent; click here.

To receive a certificate of completion Click Here

Webinar replay video

Presented by

Jane Turner, MD, FAAP

Professor Health Programs, Pediatrics and Human Development, Michigan State University

Jodi L. Spicer, MA

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)/Youth Suicide Prevention Consultant

Division of Chronic Disease and Injury Control

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

 

Pediatric Office Hours

Sep 13 2018

To receive a certificate of completion Click Here

Webinar replay video

Presented by

Jane Turner, MD, FAAP

Professor Health Programs, Pediatrics and Human Development, Michigan State University